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     1=  Smartmontools Documentation =
     3== Device Support ==
     5Smartmontools work on different operating systems. Due to OS-specific
     6issues and also depending on the different state of smartmontools
     7development on the platforms, device support ist not the same 
     8for all OS platforms.
     10==== Supported Devices ====
     11[wiki:Supported_RAID-Controllers RAID-Controllers] that work with smartmontools[[BR]]
     12[wiki:Supported_USB-Devices USB-Devices] that work with smartmontools[[BR]]
     14==== Documentation On Device Support ====
     15 * [wiki:USB USB devices and smartmontools] - To access SMART functionality, smartmontools must be able to send ATA commands directly to the disk.
     16 * [wiki:NAS NAS devices and smartmontools] - Smartmontools can work also on ''Network Attached Storage'' (NAS) devices, if the appropiate functions are available there, e.g. on Dlink DNS-323 with [ fonz firmware]
     20== SMART Testing ==
     21''- Types of tests''
     23[wiki:test_offline Offline test (Data collection)][[BR]]
     24[wiki:selftest_short Short Selftest][[BR]]
     25[wiki:selftest_long Long Selftest][[BR]]
     26[wiki:selftest_conveyance Conveyance Selftest (ATA only)][[BR]]
     27[wiki:selftest_selective Selective Selftest (ATA only)]
     29''- Handling and configuration''
     31[wiki:AutomateSelftests Automate selftests with smartd][[BR]]
     32[wiki:Powermode Special options for powermanagement]
     36== SMART Attributes ==
     37''Different vendors, different interpretation..''
     38The raw SMART attributes (temperature, power-on lifetime, and so on) are stored in vendor-specific structures. Sometime these are strange. Hitachi disks (at least some of them) store power-on lifetime in minutes, rather than hours. IBM disks (at least some of them) have three temperatures stored in the raw structure, not just one. And so on.[[BR]]
     39If you find strange output, or unknown attributes, please look in the below listed pages with vendor specific info.[[BR]]
     40When you don't find an answer to your question there, send an email to [ smartmontools-support] and we'll help you try and figure it out.
     42[wiki:AttributesFujitsu Fujitsu][[BR]]
     43[wiki:AttributesIBM IBM (Hitachi)][[BR]]
     44[wiki:AttributesMaxtor Maxtor][[BR]]
     45[wiki:AttributesSamsung Samsung][[BR]]
     46[wiki:AttributesSeagate Seagate][[BR]]
     47[wiki:AttributesWestern-Digital Western Digital][[BR]]
     49=== External Information Resources ===
     50[ SMART Attribute Annex]], Jim Hatfield (Seagate Technology) to T13 Technical Committee on September 30, 2005.
     52Wikipedia about [ SMART attributes]
     54[ Wikipedia] articles about SMART::
     55  [ English],[[BR]]
     56  [ Deutsch],[[BR]]
     57  [ Español],[[BR]]
     58  [ Français],[[BR]]
     59  [ Italiano],[[BR]]
     60  [ Japanese],[[BR]]
     61  [ Nederlands],[[BR]]
     62  [ Polski],[[BR]]
     63  [ Português],[[BR]]
     64  [ Russian],[[BR]]
     65  [ Slovenčina],[[BR]]
     66  [ Svenska]
     68If you'd like to know more about SMART, the following
     69[ references] may be helpful.</p>
     73== Tutorials and articles about smartmontools ==
     74[ Monitoring Hard Drive Health on Linux with smartmontools ("Random Bits", Jan 2009)][[BR]]Step by step for beginners. Clear instruction with very nice layout :-)
     76[ Monitoring Hard Disks with SMART (Linux Journal, Jan 2004)]
     78[ Soyez Smart (Francais) from GNU Linux Magazine France n°68]
     80[ Vorbeugen statt Crash (Deutsch)] from [ LinuxUser 2004/10]
     82[ Crash Prevention (English version of above)] from [ Linux Magazine Dec 2004]
     86All content in this wiki is published under [ GNU GPL].